Famous Jews who changed their names

Published on May 1, 2012 by ladyknowz


Joan Crawford
Winona Ryder
Charles Bronson
Cary Grant
Leslie Howard
Buddy Hackett
Bob Dylan
Larry King
Woody Allen
Joan Rivers
Mary Hart
Shelley Berkley
Natasha Lyonne
Robby Benson
Sean Kanan
Brad Garrett
Arianne Zucker
Ione Skye
Lindsay Sloane
Samantha Harris
Selma Blair
Geraldo Rivera
Jerry Lewis
Michael Ian Black
Gene Wilder
George Burns

Howard Cosell
Dinah Shore
Jason Alexander
Barbara Hershey
Jack Benny
Kirk Douglas
Judy Garland
Judy Holliday
Lorne Green
Jon Stewart
Joyce Brothers
Mel Brooks
Rodney Dangerfield
Milton Berle
Tony Curtis
Tony Randall
Walter Matthau
Sumner Murray Redstone
Michael Landon
Ann Landers
Abigail Van Buren (Dear Abby)
Danny Kaye
Jill St. John
Shelley Winters
Lauren Bacall
Michael Oren
Boney James
Ron Owenns
Michael Savage
Kenny G
Albert Brooks
Peter Coyote
Elliott Gould
Steve Lawrence
Jerry Douglas
Anson Williams
Frank Oz
Lee Grant
Lainie Kazan
Robert Trebor
Estelle Harris
Dyan Cannon
Annie Sprinkle
Jane Seymour
Benjamin Netanyahu
Ehud Barak
Ariel Sharon
Levi Eshkol
Moshe Sharett
David Ben Gurion
Golda Meir
Shimon Peres
Menachem Begin
Yitzhak Shamir

9 thoughts on “Famous Jews who changed their names

  1. Bummer… Cary Grant is one of my favorites.

    As for Mel Brooks – LOL… no way one COULDN’T know he’s a jew, regardless of his name.

    Especially if you’ve seen his movies.

    1. Makes me wonder with so many name changes in hollyweird…. What are the hiding from or trying to hide from us.

  2. Wow! Winona Ryder is Jewish?

    Funny, she doesn’t look Jewish.

    However, she shop-lifts more openly than any other Jew I know. lol

  3. Had just a quick look
    Kinda easy to spot most of them

    But , like to see a list of jues in the news
    Now there’s a vehicle for agendas .., no?


  4. Not one true semite among them, all are germania, Slavic, or khazarians . These individuals and their forefathers have hijacked the true ( if such a thing exisists) tribe of Judea. Once a thief always a thief. Even the ” original” tribal narrative borrows from the Babaylonian / Sumarian mythology, do your research, and I don’t mean sites like who’s the jew…I know it can take some time and really tax your brain ( fluoride, Chem trails, etc al ) but it’s ALL of ours story …know thine enemy or we have met the enemy and he is us!
    Never mind ignorance is bliss?….

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